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Overview


The Loveland Fire Rescue Authority is a combination department which utilizes both career and volunteer firefighters. Our staff consists of approximately 90 career members (including both uniformed and civilian employees) and a volunteer battalion that serves the Big Thompson Canyon and the town of Drake. These department members operate under the leadership of a career Fire Chief. The department also receives valuable citizen input from the Fire & Rescue Advisory Commission.

The Loveland Fire Rescue Authority provides fire and rescue services in an area totaling approximately 190 square miles.  Our agency serves residents living within the City of Loveland, and residents living within the Loveland Rural Fire Protection District, for a combined population of approximately 96,927.

LFRA Mission Statement
Through commitment, compassion and courage, the mission of the Loveland Fire Rescue Authority (LFRA) is to protect life and property.

LFRA Response Area Map
The LFRA district boundaries are shown in the map that can be viewed by clicking on the link below.  The current fire station locations are also shown on the map.  To download the map, please click here.

ISO Ratings Information and Map
For information regarding ISO ratings and to view a map of the ISO ratings in the LFRA district, please click here.

In this report, you’ll find information such as our organizational overview, call response statistics, budget information, achievements, strategic plan goals, and much more.

Strategic planning is an organization’s process of defining its strategy, or direction, and making decisions on allocating its resources to pursue this strategy. LFRA has developed the 2018 Strategic Plan as a “roadmap” for the future and for assisting both elected officials and organizational leadership in guiding the implementation of our strategy for continuous improvement.

The Monthly Report is a monthly status report from the Fire Chief, the Community Safety Division Chief and the Operations Division Chief.

This is the quarterly budget report for Loveland Fire Authority, presented in our Budget Newsletter, Budget Biz.

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Mark Miller, Fire Chief

Fire Chief Mark Miller started his fire service career with Loveland Fire and Rescue Department in October of 1979. He spent 25 years with the organization, working his way through the ranks to the position of Fire Chief. Chief Miller left Loveland in 2005 as a way of stepping outside his comfort zone to challenge himself personally as well as professionally, and accepted a position as Fire Chief with Hartford Fire Department in Hartford, Vermont. He spent nearly three years with Hartford and was fortunate to be involved in several unique opportunities including; travel to Macedonia as part of an emergency preparedness exchange mission; elected to serve as the Vermont Director of the New England Association of Fire Chiefs; and was appointed by the Governor to serve on the Vermont Statewide Interoperability group.

Missing his western roots, Chief Miller left Hartford in 2008 to accept a position as Fire Chief with Vail Fire and Emergency Services in Vail, CO. He spent nearly seven years in Vail enjoying the resort lifestyle as well as the challenges of living and working in the wild land urban interface. Chief Miller was afforded the rare opportunity to return to the department where he initially started his career, and accepted the position of Fire Chief with Loveland Fire Rescue Authority (LFRA) on November 10, 2014.

Message from the Chief

As Fire Chief of the Loveland Fire Rescue Authority (LFRA), I consider it an honor and privilege to serve you and to lead an extraordinary group of professional firefighters and administrative personnel. LFRA is committed to delivering the best possible service to our community with promptness, professionalism, and compassion. In this way, we welcome you to LFRA’s webpage, and thank you for taking the time to browse and learn about our organization. This virtual experience offers information about the services we provide to the community, special programs, public information bulletins, and some of the people that make up the fire department for the citizens of the Loveland community. One of our goals is to make this web-site a clearing house for information about fire service issues, operations and training, emergency management, fire prevention, special events and other related news and information that may be useful to you. 

We are continually seeking ways to enhance citizen services and firefighter safety within the framework of our service delivery model. It is our primary goal to be recognized by the community of Loveland and those in the fire service community as a model of excellence in providing fire protection and emergency services in the most cost-effective manner. If we can assist you or provide additional information for you related to any of the programs or areas listed on this web site, please contact us. Our goal to make this a safe and enjoyable place to visit and live. If you’d like to contact me directly, I can be reached at mark.miller@lfra.org. I love this community, this department and this profession, and I welcome your feedback and look forward to meeting you in person should you choose to stop in and say hello.